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Esplanade Presents Flipside 2018 ...
A puppet slowly comes to life...by itself?The mystery of puppet creation unfolds as mishap after mishap befalls the construction process. Not to be undone, the puppet decides to complete the project itself, struggling with the elements, its materials and even its own puppeteer! The award-winning Tof Theatre presents an experience that captivates and enlightens you on traditional puppetry techniques.Add to your experience and take a stab at making styrofoam puppets of your own at the Chantier Frigolite (workshop). No guarantees that your puppet won't come to life and take over the task! “It’s sheer madness, clever, brilliant!” - Catherine Makereel, Le Soir“This show is dense, rich in discoveries, with never a dull moment. The madness, while contained in the beginning, builds to a crescendo and reaches a literally explosive finale. A must.” A. Deb. L’AvenirAbout Tof ThéâtreThe award-winning Tof Théâtre, headed by master puppeteer Alain Moreau, was established in 1986 and celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. Tof Theatre puppets can measure anywhere from 5 centimetres to 5 metres in height, sometimes designed for exclusively for adults, sometimes only for children and often for both. An adept of “miniature realism,” the Tof deconstructs the traditional techniques for manipulating puppets and lets the audience see how the puppeteer manipulates the puppet.Please note:The Dans l’Atelier performance is followed immediately by an optional one-hour Chantier Frigolite workshop. Audience members can choose to purchase a ticket to just the performance or to both the performance and workshop.
Esplanade Presents Flipside 2018 ...
A sonic, musical experience... in complete darkness! This one-of-a-kind sensory experience features live music, vocals and ethereal soundscape in a journey of original music, classic tunes and subtle lighting effects. Put together by a team of veteran Singapore artists led by composer and music director Julian Wong.Music & show direction - Julian WongVocal direction - Irene JansenSound design - Sandra Tay & Shah TahirLighting design - Alberta WileoPerformers: Katryna Tan, Rizal Sanip, Feri Susanto, Rit Xu, Ryan Sim, Leslie Tay, Remah Diamante, Rohaniah Bte Said, Hannah Nordin, Ashley Gerard Perry, Malcolm Lim
Esplanade Presents Flipside 2018 ...
"Paul Dresher [is] a sort of musical Thomas Edison."– San Francisco ChronicleEnter an immersive and interactive sonic and visual world of sound, featuring over a dozen newly invented musical instruments and sound sculptures! Unleash your inner musician in this engaging experience suitable for all ages.Listen and enjoy an ear-opening experience, and then explore, play and discover a whole new world of sound and music. Created by wildly inventive mind of instrument inventor and composer Paul Dresher with builder-designer Daniel Schmidt.The Sound Maze experience begins with a 20-min orientation and demonstration of the instruments by Paul Dresher, after which you’re free to interact with the instruments for the rest of the programme.About Paul DresherEver since he began building musical instruments as a high school student in Los Angeles, Paul Dresher has been deeply engaged with instrument invention. Over his long career, in close collaboration with builder-designer Daniel Schmidt and their design team, Dresher has invented dozens of remarkable instruments, many for use in his acclaimed music-theatre works Sound Stage (2001) and Schick Machine (2009). Dresher created his latest instruments for Sound Maze in 2015.
Esplanade Presents Flipside 2018 ...
Stunning visuals and mesmerising puppetry create a contemporary vision of an ancient Japanese myth.Step into the realms of Urashima Taro, a poor fisherman who, after saving a turtle, is invited by the beautiful and captivating Otohime to stay in her palace deep in the ocean. Seduced by promises of a life eternal pleasure, he abandons his duty at home, but the dream slowly turns into an unceasing nightmare as his fate unfolds.The award-winning Rouge28 Theatre presents this fascinating tale of lust, obsession, betrayal and loss is told through the skilful and seamless meeting of puppet and performer, with video projection and shadow play.Solo artist Aya Nakamura reveals a world based on duality; she is simultaneously an actress and puppeteer, manipulator and manipulated, shadow and light, visible and invisible.“…transcends both Japanese traditions and Western modernity with its truly unique duet between actor and puppet.”-The Japan Society, UK“Aya Nakamura is a talented puppeteer/performer and has a highly skilled ability to govern the stage whilst simultaneously sharing it with an animated co-star.”www.puppetcentre.org.ukAbout Rouge28 TheatreFounded in 2005, Rouge28 Theatre is an award-winning company of international theatre artists based in London, that has performed in Britain, France, Poland and Greece. The company fuses puppetry with different performance genres to produce original and intriguing visual theatre. Their work investigates the notions of perception and imagination through a non-verbal dialogue between realistic live-sized puppets and humans.
In finding new ways to bring the arts closer to you, we also want to get to know you better. Esplanade&Me (E&Me) is an opportunity for us to grow our community and strengthen our relationship with you through the arts.E&Me is more than a card for arts lovers; it’s your special pass to experience the arts, a chance to go behind the scenes, a way to support the arts – an opportunity for everyone to be engaged, be involved and be entertained.Visit www.esplanade.com for details
The Studios 2018 Leda and The Rage...
A personal story set against the backdrop of art, literature, and film, Leda and The Rage explores multiple perspectives of trauma through one woman's intimate journey of recovery. Theatre director Edith Podesta takes an unflinching look at the complexities, timelessness, and psychological aftermath of trauma in this darkly poetic production. Leda invites the audience to the delve into the daily struggles of those living with post -traumatic stress disorder.Due to mature themes, admission age for Leda and the Rage is 16 years old.Please note that Leda and The Rage contains references to rape and sexual assaultAll performances of Leda and The Rage are sign language interpreted.Click here to see full lineup for The Studios 2018.Creative teamPlaywright, Director and Performer Edith Podesta
'A Getai Date with Mum' Charity Nig...
Celebrate this Mother‘s day by setting a date with popular Getai artistes Liu Ling Ling刘玲玲, Wang Lei 王雷,Sam Loo Wei Lun吕伟伦 and Angie Lau 刘心玲. Directed by Liu Ling Ling, this concert showcases the evolution of Getai with music performed by Ding Yi Music Company and conducted by Quek Ling Kiong 郭勇德. Travel back in time together with these artistes and learn more about the changes in Getai as this traditional art form adapts to the modern art scene. Be dazzled by the unique twist in Getai music as the Chinese Orchestra infuses some of their unique elements into the melody. Fans of Liu Ling Ling can even expect a never-seen-before segment arranged to showcase her love for her child, in-line with the theme of this concert! Come watch the Getai veterans belt out performances to convey the love and gratitude for Mothers.Liu Ling Ling, singer-host-actress, is known to many as the “Ah Jie” of the Getai scene. She is also a versatile actress and featured in many local TV productions as well as critically acclaimed films such as 881 and 12 Lotus which has brought her international fame. With more than 30 years of experience as a Getai performer, her hosting and performances have never failed to create the greatest impact on her audiences.Wang Lei, singer-host-actor, has an unrivalled position as the “Ah Ge” or “big brother” of the Getai scene. He is most famously known for his impersonation of Taiwanese Hokkien Singer Chen Lei. Known for his quick-wittedness and great rapport with his audiences, Wang Lei performed at 147 shows in a single month at his peak. He has also featured in various films such as Where Got Ghost? and My Papa Rich. Sam Loo is a flamboyant artiste that never fails to wow the audience! Recognised as one of the Top Ten Getai singers in Singapore, his performances never fail to bring laughter and joy to his audiences. As a nominee for 3 consecutive years for the best costume award by STOMP, Sam provides a dazzling alternative to his vocal prowess by captivating his audiences with a visual treat.Angie Lau started her singing career at the tender age of seven and has a total of 7 recording albums under her belt. Her powerful vocal has made her the Cantopop Queen of Singapore in the 90’s. A veteran in the scene for 28 years, she has participated in numerous shows in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Brunei. Ding Yi Music Company is recognised as one of Singapore’s most prodigious Chinese chamber music ensembles. Ding Yi has won many accolades including champion at the prestigious Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfold held in UK. They have also represented Singapore in various international festivals with the most recent being Canberra International Music Festival, 2017. They are led by Principal guest conductor Quek Ling Kiong.Quek Ling Kiong is the recipient of the National Arts Council’s (NAC) Singapore Young Artist Award (2002) and the NAC Cultural Fellowship (2013). He studied at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music under the NAC Overseas Scholarship, as well as the Lee Foundation and Singapore Hokkien Huay Kwan Scholarship. He is currently a Resident Conductor at the Singapore Chinese Orchestra. Book the date on your calendar and join these Getai singers for a night of musical, dance and familiar Mandarin & dialect evergreens that will leave you filled with joy, tears and love, all for a good cause!
The Poetry in Life ~ Schumann, Adès...
8pm 18 May 2018Schumann Fantasiestücke Op. 73 for clarinet and pianoSchumann Frauen-Liebe und Leben Op. 42Adès Court Studies from "The Tempest" for clarinet, violin, cello and pianoAdès 2 Shakespeare Songs from "The Tempest” (from Purcell)Schumann Gedichte der Königin Maria Stuart Op. 135Schumann Piano Trio No. 2 in F major Op. 80Join us on our first evening, crafted around one of Schumann’s most well-loved song cycle Frauen-Liebe und Leben Op. 42 (Woman’s Love and Life), written in the year of his marriage to Clara Schumann - this single euphoric year that saw Schumann produce more than half of his total song output throughout his entire lifetime, and which includes his Dichterliebe Op. 48 (Poet’s Love), his Liederkreis Op. 39, and Myrthen Op. 25 – Schumann’s wedding present to Clara.This contrasted with his last song cycle, Gedichte der Königin Maria Stuart Op. 135, another biographical set, where Schumann goes into the heart of Mary Stuart’s tragedy and presents with understated despair, the spiritual state of a woman under the looming shadow of death; will sandwich works by Thomas Adès derived from his opera “The Tempest”, based on Shakespeare’s final masterpiece and adapted spaciously to allow Adès the creation of a magical world with huge emotional and musical range.8pm 19 May 2018Brahms Piano Quartet No. 3 in c minor Op. 60Brahms Two Songs for alto, viola and piano Op. 91Brahms Clarinet Quintet in b minor Op. 115Join us on our second evening, as we venture into the musical poetry found in the mature and late years of Brahms ~ his gloomy and tragic c minor Piano Quartet which boasts, in its slow movement, one of the most glorious cello solo openings ever written; his 2 Songs for alto, viola and piano, written 20 years apart, for his close friend Joseph Joachim (incidentally, also the artist who pushed for Brahms’ first meeting at age 20 with Robert Schumann) and his wife; and closing with the patient and spacious Clarinet Quintet in b minor, Brahms’ last chamber music work, known for its perfect expression of melancholy, nostalgia and an autumnal glow.~~~~~~~The Poetry in Life ~ Schumann, Adès, Brahms is an exploration of Schumann’s literary life that spilled wholeheartedly into his musical creative output in songs, solo piano music and chamber music; a look into the works of Schumann’s prolific parallel, the contemporary British composer Thomas Adès, who was also born to a poet and for whom the intertwining of literature and music comes so naturally; and which closes with the musical poetry found in the mature and late years of Brahms, a younger German Romantic discovered at age 20 and hailed by Schumann himself as the ‘chosen one’.~~~~~~~For more curious minds who want to explore material beyond our 2 Evening Concerts, join us in our intimate 60-minute Sharing Recital which looks into specific examples from Schumann and Adès' instrumental output (solo piano and chamber music works), in which the written word in the form of poetry has had influence. For young ones, we have two specially designed interactive Concerts for Children the morning of 19 May. Send them off to 50-minutes of fun and learning with these international artists and a great facilitator! Tickets at: www.tangteekhoongrandseries.com
The Poetry in Life ~ Schumann, Adès...
The Poetry in Life ~ Schumann, Adès, Brahms is an exploration of Schumann’s literary life that spilled wholeheartedly into his musical creative output in songs, solo piano music and chamber music; a look into the works of Schumann’s prolific parallel, the contemporary British composer Thomas Adès, who was also born to a poet and for whom the intertwining of literature and music comes so naturally; and which closes with the musical poetry found in the mature and late years of Brahms, a younger German Romantic discovered at age 20 and hailed by Schumann himself as the ‘chosen one’.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Sharing RecitalSchumann makes generous use of literature and poetry in his musical creative process. His inclination for merging literature and music is found not only in his songs but also in the extra-musical features of his solo pianoforte works.For more curious minds who want to explore material beyond our 2 formal Evening Concerts, join us in our intimate 60-minute Sharing Recital which will look into specific examples from Schumann’s instrumental output (solo piano and chamber music works), in which the written word in the form of poetry, has had influence.Equally intrigued and attracted to literature and poetry is contemporary British composer Thomas Adès, who has also found his own unique ways of merging literature and music. And in this Sharing Recital, we will also dedicate time to exploring his instrumental output (solo piano and chamber music works), in which there is no longer a boundary but a complete fusion of literature and music.6pm 18 May 2018~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~For young ones who are just starting out, we have two specially designed interactive Concerts for Children the morning of 19 May. Send them off to a 50-minute session of fun and learning with these international artists and a great facilitator ! For more information and tickets, visit www.tangteekhoongrandseries.com
25th Singapore International Piano ...
ProgrammeSCHUBERT Rondo in A major, D. 951MOZART Sonata in D major, K. 448BRAHMS Variations on a Theme by Haydn, Op. 56bRACHMANINOV Suite No. 2, Op. 17BiographyMartha Argerich – universally acclaimed and undisputed legend of the piano - makes her long-awaited Singapore and Southeast Asian debut, in not one but two concerts. On day 5 of the Festival, she is joined by lifelong family friend and Argentine compatriot Darío Alejandro Ntaca, they will perform a double-piano tour de force of signature 4-hand piano masterpieces by Schubert, Mozart, Brahms and Rachmaninov.Martha Argerich will also be performing with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra on 13 June. Tickets available here.25th Singapore International Piano FestivalThe Singapore International Piano Festival celebrates its 25th anniversary! To mark its silver jubilee, six phenomenal virtuoso pianists from across Asia, Europe and the Americas, from rising star to celebrated veterans, will present varied, colourful programmes in their Festival debuts. The youthful passion of Seong-Jin Cho rubs shoulders with the established artistry of Dénes Várjon, Jeremy Denk, Dang Thai Son and Darío Alejandro Ntaca, in a myriad of works spanning Mozart and Beethoven, Chopin and Schumann, Debussy and Ravel, Prokofiev and Bartók. The quarter millenial celebrations culminate in the long-awaited Singapore debut of the legendary Martha Argerich in duo recital and in Prokofiev’s brilliant Piano Concerto No. 3.Our grandest edition yet, this is the piano event of the year you simply cannot miss!
25th Singapore International Piano ...
Martha Argerich, piano*Darío Alejandro Ntaca, conductor / piano^Singapore Symphony OrchestraProgrammeBEETHOVEN Leonore Overture No. 3MOZART Piano Concerto No. 17 in G major, K. 453^PROKOFIEV Piano Concerto No. 3 in C major, Op. 26*BiographyMartha Argerich – universally acclaimed and undisputed legend of the piano - makes her long-awaited Singapore and Southeast Asian debut with lifelong family friend and Argentine compatriot Darío Alejandro Ntaca. In the Festival double-bill concerto finale, Darío Alejandro Ntaca leads in the elegant mellifluousness of Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 17; a contrasting prelude to Martha Agerich’s ferocious natural genius in the concerto synonymous with her legend, the Prokofiev No. 3.Martha Argerich will also be performing in a recital together with Darío Alejandro Ntaca on 11 June. Tickets available here.25th Singapore International Piano FestivalThe Singapore International Piano Festival celebrates its 25th anniversary! To mark its silver jubilee, six phenomenal virtuoso pianists from across Asia, Europe and the Americas, from rising star to celebrated veterans, will present varied, colourful programmes in their Festival debuts. The youthful passion of Seong-Jin Cho rubs shoulders with the established artistry of Dénes Várjon, Jeremy Denk, Dang Thai Son and Darío Alejandro Ntaca, in a myriad of works spanning Mozart and Beethoven, Chopin and Schumann, Debussy and Ravel, Prokofiev and Bartók. The quarter millenial celebrations culminate in the long-awaited Singapore debut of the legendary Martha Argerich in duo recital and in Prokofiev’s brilliant Piano Concerto No. 3.Our grandest edition yet, this is the piano event of the year you simply cannot miss!
30th Anniversary Gala Presented by ...
In celebration of Singapore Dance Theatre’s 30 years of history, this season presents the most compelling and exquisite works of the year.A triple bill of ballet gems, the company’s 30th anniversary gala performance will see three new works - Ma Cong’s Samsara (created for Tulsa Ballet), Nils Christe’s Sync (created for The Washington Ballet), and Timothy Harbour’s world premiere which is created especially for SDT’s 30th anniversary.More than a stunning repertory set to stage, this performance is a celebration of milestones, memories, and moments! This will be a wonderfully treasured weekend for the company, its loyal supporters, donors, and friends.Season 2018’s Diamonds and Pearls Gala Performance is specially acquired through the Ambassador’s Circle 2018.
Calling in::music 呼叫好in::乐
Collaborating for the first time, in::music and Taiwan’s Calling Music Festival come together to bring you some of the most talented Chinese singer-songwriters and bands from Taiwan and Singapore! Enjoy two nights of Mandarin originals by Waa Wei, Hello Nico, Kowen Ko, Zooey Wonder, Coconuts!, Boon Hui Lu, Ling Kai and Ruth Kueo! Get up-close with the artists as they share their musical journey with you.Line-up:9 Jun7pm: Kowen Ko (TW)8pm: Zooey Wonder (TW)9pm: Boon Hui Lu (SG)10pm: Hello Nico (TW)10 Jun7pm: Ruth Kueo (SG)8pm: Coconuts! (TW)9pm: Ling Kai (SG)10pm: Waa Wei (TW)Standing room only.Performed in Mandarin.
Catching Breath – when identity is hidden beneath the veil of time, do we dare to lift, dare to reveal the past, the known and unknown, the mystery.Inspired by the work of Australian Artist, Brook Andrew, Yorta Yorta composer Deborah Cheetham presents the premiere of her latest work, Catching Breath.Catching Breath is the title of unique tapestry which resides in Australian High Commission in Singapore. It is one of nine tapestries, created by the Australian Tapestry Workshop, for Australian Embassies around the world.Featuring the veiled image of an unnamed Aboriginal Man from the turn of the 19th century the original tapestry invites us to challenge the notion of the undifferentiated other. In a concert which also celebrates the 160th anniversary of Puccini's birth, Cheetham gives voice to the unnamed Aboriginal Man, bringing him to life as he takes his place alongside Puccini’s greatest heroes and heroines. For more information about the original artwork and the Australian Embassy Tapestries visit www.austapestry.com.au
Celebration In Dance Presented by ...
For the third time running, Celebration in Dance is a collaboration between Singapore Dance Theatre and the Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) for a one-night-only performance. This production presents a rare and brilliant opportunity for RAD students in Singapore to perform on the prestigious stage at the Esplanade Theatre.SDT will be presenting Double Contrasts by Choo-San Goh and Napoli Tarantella by August Bournonville as well.BOOK EARLY TO GET THE GOOD SEATS!
Chinese Chamber Music Sublime Stri...
Accomplished Singapore erhu musician Darrel Xin presents his interpretations of Liu Tianhua’s deeply influential erhu works, including Moaning in Sickness, Flickering Candlelight, A Beautiful Night, and Birds Singing in a Desolate Mountain.Across the sprawling plains of erhu music, one body of work stands tall as a monumental landmark—the erhu solos of Liu Tianhua, a prominent composer, musician and music teacher. Composed between 1915 and 1932, these masterful solo pieces redefined the role of the erhu and elevated the instrument to the concert stage, the conservatory classroom, and into the future. A perfect marriage of East and West, Liu’s 10 innovative works utilised techniques previously unheard of in Chinese instrumental music. Standing the test of time, they are now learnt and studied by all erhu musicians.About Darrel XinDarrel Xin started learning the erhu in 1995. He was a member of the SAF Music & Drama Company and a musician with the Singapore Youth Chinese Orchestra, Singapore Chinese Orchestra, the Macau Chinese Orchestra and has guest performed with the China Central Broadcasting Chinese Orchestra. In 2000, he emerged champion in the Erhu Senior Category of the National Arts Council National Chinese Music Competition. In 2009, Xin graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Erhu Performance from the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing, China.
Coffee Morning & Afternoon Tea Bes...
Cai Yiren and Shirley Wong from TCR Music Station performs your favourite hits by two legendary Taiwanese pop music artists - Liu Jia Chang and Liu Wen Zheng. Acclaimed songwriter Liu Jia Chang has moved many with his romantic ballads since the ’70s, and one of the singers he helped propel to fame was Liu Wen Zheng, known for his unique vocals and charming good looks.
Coffee Morning & Afternoon Tea The...
The voice of Talentime in the ’80s is back! Join Peter Chua as he sings the hits of popular and well-loved artists Neil Diamond and Creedence Clearwater Revival. Sing along to songs like Sweet Caroline, Love on the Rocks, Proud Mary, Have You Ever Seen the Rain, and more!(Performed in English. Approximately 1hr, no intermission)Vouchers for coffee/tea will be provided at each performance. Limited to one voucher per ticket.
Colorful Mosaics for Violin and Pia...
1. L.van Beethoven – Sonata op 12, No 1Allegro con brioTema con Variazioni, Andante con motoRondo2. S. Prokofiev – Five Melodies--- intermission ---3. C. Frank – Sonata for Violin and Piano in A MajorAllegretto ben moderatoAllegroBen moderato: Recitativo-FantasiaAllegretto poco mosso4. M. Ravel - TziganeMiroslav Hristov – ViolinChih-Long Hu - PianoPrize-winning artists Miroslav Hristov, violin; and Chih-Long Hu, piano, have performed in prestigious venues around the world including New York’s Carnegie Hall, the International Violin Festival of Puerto Rico, and the International Interharmony Festival in Italy. As part of their East Asian tour which includes performances in Shanghai, Taipei, and Kaohsiung, the duo will present some of the most monumental and challenging works for violin and piano. The program commences with a staple of the classical literature and one of Beethoven’s earliest compositions for this medium, his Sonata for Piano and Violin, No. 1 in D Major. A signature work of the classical style, the beauty and simplicity of this sonata exudes an elegance and nobility that is uniquely Beethoven. From there, the duo looks to the East with an expressive performance of Five Melodies for Violin and Piano by the Russian composer, Sergei Prokofiev. Written in 1945, the Five Melodies were championed by the legendary violinist, David Oistrakh. In regards to the Five Melodies, Oistrakh commented that, “it is music in which nothing can be omitted, not a single turn of the melody, not a single modulation. It requires the strictest attention to every detail of expression, a fine, but not over-refined execution of each individual intonation, as in the case of well-enunciated singing.”The second half of the program starts off with the thickly textured and evocative work from the Romantic period, the Violin and Piano Sonata in A Major by composer César Franck. A depiction of love and passion, Franck’s Violin Sonata was a wedding gift to the Belgian violinist, Eugène Ysaÿe.In a technically thrilling tribute to Gypsy music, the program ends with a burst of energy and emotion with Ravel’s virtuosic rhapsody, Tzigane. Depicting the unconventional style of the Eastern European Gypsy, Ravel’s Tzigane is a work that explores the widest range of sounds and colors from the violin.
Guan Gong - 关公
The China's first epic dance drama themed with the Guan Gong culture.A magnificent epic shining the heaven and man,An immortal writing for loyalty and bravery.There buried the chopped-off head of an ancient famous general-Guan Yu in Guanlin, Luoyang of China, with a rich Guan Gong culture atmosphere here through 1790 years of history, which makes it become one of the world's most important holy lands in the Guan Gong belief. The Luoyang GuanLin International Pilgrimage Ceremony is a quite influential cultural festival at home and abroad. The Luoyang "Guan Gong Belief and Custom" has been listed in the national non-material cultural heritage list by the State Council.The "Guan Gong" story is that of the Chinese people, and that of "Morality of Righteousness" of the Chinese virtues lasting for thousand years. The statue of Guan Yu (Gong) was depicted by the masses from the heart in prolonged period of time, with a hero worship, for the fear of the immortal, with a moral desire for the "loyalty, righteousness, benevolence, bravery".The dance drama depicts the death of the Guan Gong in solemn and stirring with the flashbacks of the end of the hero, by the bravery of the Guan Gong chopping Hua Xiong, the righteousness of Peach-Garden Oath and the release of Cao Cao in the Huarong Road, the loyalty of the Tushan Mountain vowing with heart in the Han Kingdom, the benevolence of solicitude for soldiers living and dying together, which represents the immortal legend of the hero of "righteousness heavy as mountain, famous and fear-inspiring throughout China".
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